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Antique and rare 2 bands anatolian kilim. Very nice colors and design scale, complete. Just needs a bath to shine again...For a forum discussion on this special family of kilim: http://www.turkotek.com/misc_00110/kilim_frag.htm

Antique and rare 2 bands anatolian kilim. Very nice colors and design scale, complete. Just needs a bath to shine again...For a forum discussion on this special family of kilim: http://www.turkotek.com/misc_00110/kilim_frag.htm

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Details about A 19th Century Turkish West Anatolian Kilim from Aydin-Karaman Region

A-19th-Century-Turkish-West-Anatolian-Kilim-from-Aydin-Karaman-Region

navy overdyed rug

navy overdyed rug

Old Anatolian kilim

Old Anatolian kilim

Persian carpets

Persian carpets

Late 18th to early 19th century Anatolian Karakecili tribe kilim. One of my finds from April traveling in Turkey, a rare type of Anatolian kilim woven by the Karakecili tribe, probably living in ...

Late 18th to early 19th century Anatolian Karakecili tribe kilim. One of my finds from April traveling in Turkey, a rare type of Anatolian kilim woven by the Karakecili tribe, probably living in ...

'Vases' carpet, designed by Duncan Grant for Virginia Woolf.

'Vases' carpet, designed by Duncan Grant for Virginia Woolf.

Eastern Anatolia, 'Cypress and Medallion' rug, 4.6 x 9.8 feet, circa 1700-50. This design reflects a style of large workshop carpets woven in eastern Anatolia, or western Caucasus, in the early 18th century. One such carpet, published by Serare Yetkin, shows a date of 1744 AD. Another large carpet with these cypress and medallion motifs is from the McIlhenny Collection in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This smaller village carpet shows how patterns transferred from workshop production to…

Eastern Anatolia, 'Cypress and Medallion' rug, 4.6 x 9.8 feet, circa 1700-50. This design reflects a style of large workshop carpets woven in eastern Anatolia, or western Caucasus, in the early 18th century. One such carpet, published by Serare Yetkin, shows a date of 1744 AD. Another large carpet with these cypress and medallion motifs is from the McIlhenny Collection in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This smaller village carpet shows how patterns transferred from workshop production to…

finestaRt

finestaRt

Central Anatolian kilim fragment, c. 1800

Central Anatolian kilim fragment, c. 1800

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